Hotel Diplomat

Address: San Martin 918, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1004, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Galerias Pacifico, Edificio Kavanagh, Silvia y Mario Shop Florida, and Ruth Benzacar Gallery (Galería Ruth Benzacar).
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    Racecar and goodbyes and frustration

    A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on Jun 16, 2015

    8 photos

    ... from an ATM and grab another taxi. Before getting in the taxi, though, I asked how much it would be, and he told me 25ish. And I told him how the other guy completely screwed me over. He said I need to make sure the meter is working. I hate people. I hate today. Basically I spent 27 dollars just for car rides. Because going to the mall was pointless. When I got back, I was just hungry and wanted to stuff my face with coxinha. Or whatever. So I went to the food court, and ...

    Day 80

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Apr 22, 2015

    1 photo

    ... ball and went home and added all the girls in his class on Facebook who didn't have a clue who he was. We went for a few beers to the bar just around the corner and were joined by a Dutch guy called Bart who was also staying in our room. We hadn't spoken to him in the 5 days he had been in the room but he turned out to be really sound. I find that the Dutch have this certain arrogance about them that is hilarious. They ...

    Late nights in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Mar 22, 2015

    97 photos

    ... show. The show started at 9:30pm and played until 11:30 (this is actually a normal time to go to sleep for them because they seem to eat at ridiculously late times. To give you an idea, the earliest time the shops open is 8:00am and they don't serve dinner until 9:00pm). For those of you who don't know, the tango is a type of dance that is very hard to do. They are kicking, spinning, jumping, and even acting! It was strangely entertaining to watch. Buenos Aries is ...

    Living like Porteños in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by vero_jerome on Feb 08, 2015

    2 comments, 100 photos

    ... knows how much money we are getting. Really feeling safe at this stage ;) On this specific day we had 2 money transfers, so we ask him to prepare the 2nd one please. No no no, we (!!) already made all the other customers wait, so he's asking us to go to the end of the queue again so he can serve some others first. Ok. Breathe. We do as we are told. Another 15min and it's our turn again. And guess what, he starts the whole freaking passport process AGAIN!! We want ...

    Living La Vida Local

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Jan 10, 2015

    6 comments, 36 photos

    ... over the bannister as we were. The girls walked around on tip-toe, pretending to wear high heels and the boys explored the gym, where a young guy took the time to show them how to use the free weights. The boys spent over a half-hour playing on the stationary bike, the elliptical runner and the treadmill. The eldest, at 13, especially is approaching the age where building muscles and being fit has that special appeal. The girls, and some of ...